Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called for European countries, Sweden in particular, to allow the sale of wound dressings to Iranian kids suffering from conditions such as the epidermolysis bullosa (EB), rather than making threats against the Islamic Republic.
Zarif urges EU to abandon threats, help Iran’s suffering kids instead
The incoming head of the UN atomic watchdog said Monday he will take a “firm and fair” approach toward inspections of Iran’s nuclear facilities, and plans to visit Tehran in the near future.
New IAEA chief to take “firm, fair” stance on Iran
Iran is still selling its oil despite US sanctions on the country’s exports, First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri said on Monday, adding that Washington’s “maximum pressure” on Tehran has failed.
VP: Iran still selling oil despite US sanctions
A senior Iranian Health Ministry official said that an ongoing influenza epidemic has claimed the lives of 56 people since its outbreak more than a couple of months ago.
Flu epidemic claims dozens of lives in Iran: Health Ministry
The international community has a responsibility to protect the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and major world powers, which is officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and was the outcome of a multilateral endeavor, says Iran's deputy foreign minister for political affairs.
International community responsible for protecting JCPOA: Iranian diplomat
Three EU signatories to Iran deal welcome new European additions to INSTEX
Senior diplomats from Iran and China weighed plans at a meeting in Beijing to salvage the 2015 multinational nuclear deal.
Tehran, Beijing ‘sync efforts’ to save Iran nuclear deal
Iran on Sunday begun registration of candidates for running in the country’s parliamentary elections set for February 21, 2020.
Iran begins registering candidates for parliamentary polls

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